"Of course I can." Isaac was hardly pleased, himself. He had a few ideas of his own. "I can have it to you by the end of tomorrow, certainly." He would go back to work in the computer pit- it was hardly a control room- and print out any map she wanted. If anyone questioned him, he would say it was maintenance- and he would send the maps to maintenance as well, with a note about cleaning the vents to improve air quality. Cover his tracks.
"Thank you." Sunshine didn't like being angry, but when she was, she definitely held a grudge. She took a few deep breaths to ground herself. Being angry wouldn't help. She'd need a clear mind to do what she planned. "I suggest that you stay away from any offices or training ranges for a few days."
"Training ranges- be careful about that," he blinked, kissing her cheek lightly. "You might backfire on Leyla and Ravid." Those two hadn't done anything, after all, and Isaac had no desire to make Leyla angry with the two of them.
"I'm going to warn them too. They can slip away from training for a little while. So long as they stay away from their room, they won't be caught by that b***h and her minions." Sunshine hissed before she took a few more deep breaths. No more anger, no more anger...
A mask- she was really going all out. Isaac smoothed a hand over her hair. His own anger was colder than hers, and he was plotting silently. "It's going to be okay. We won't be here long. Eli has a plan. Why don't you go meditate for awhile, calm down, and I'll see about getting you that map."
Sunshine nodded, trying to relax. Yes, meditation was just what she needed. With all of this anger coursing through her, she could make a misstep in her plans. Clearing her mind would do her good. She reached up and ran her hand through Isaac's hair. "You should meditate later too. We both need to be calm if we don't want to get into trouble."
Ravid blinked when he and Leyla were informed that they wouldn't be going to the range that day. Instead, Eli had reassigned them to the driving range for the rest of the week. They would be alone, of course. While it didn't bother Ravid to have this change in plans, he thought it was sort of abrupt. "Why?" He was just curious.
"Come on, Ravid." Leyla wasn't going to argue with the chance to have a week of fun on the driving course. "It'll be a good change of pace." Maybe he could teach her a thing or two, he was much better than she was. No sense in giving up a chance to improve.
While Ravid and Leyla kept themselves busy on the driving course, in the safety of the car, the rest of the base began to have some problems.
The moment the training field course began, the a white powder fell from all the vents and was blown around by the air conditioning system. It was a heavy dose of poppy, which left all of the trainees and their captains unconscious.
In Nadya's office, the same occurred. Poppy fell from most of the vents, leaving production to come to a standstill. And Sunshine still wasn't done.
In the computer room, Isaac had worked his own magic. Anything and everything that was controlled by a form of a computer system was fair game. Doors opened and closed spontaneously, locks malfunctioning. The guards' keycards weren't working properly. The cameras were going crazy, looping infinitely or showing nothing but static, and every computer screen was playing a film of an extremely adult variety.
It was childish, certainly, but Natya had made enemies of the wrong people.
Sunshine had rigged all the vehicles so that once the engine was started up, more powders that had sedative properties exploded inside. Once everyone had woken up from their first stupor, they'd get another dose, and hopefully all the trucks were crashed a little so they couldn't work any longer. She'd even rigged various doors with herbs and water that would leave paint-like stains wherever they exploded.
She didn't care if she was being childish. She hated this place and its leader.
Currently, she sat in the control room with Isaac and watched some of the pornagraphy he had going.
Isaac had given a moment of thought to what Nadya would do to them, but he knew she wouldn't be able to prove that he had done any of this. Her computers had just caught a very unfortunate virus. They were so old, they were susceptible to a number of particularly nasty ones that more modern computers could exterminate easily.
Sunshine's sabotage lasted for about four days. She'd had to rotate the use of different plants since she kept running out, but it had all been worth it. She believed she got her point across, and now her anger had dissipated. But, unfortunately, unlike Isaac, she hadn't covered her own tracks all that well. Now she stood in Nadya's office to face her newest punishment. It couldn't be any worse than it was now. She was practically isolated from what she enjoyed.
Nadya approached her and backhanded her. "I should kill you for your insubordination!"
Sunshine stumbled back from the hit. "I'm part of Eli's team, not yours." She spat before flinging the last of her blinding powder in Nadya's eyes.
From outside the office door, a couple gunshots could be heard.